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These inclusive practices help general education teachers foster positive relationships with children with autism
Teachers make time to find students’ interests, celebrate talents, and have one-on-one time to form stronger relationships with students with autism, finds study
Angel Rodriguez, an alumnus and current grad student, urges students to apply for Cal Grants
Effective Monday, Sept. 20, the Graduate School of Education will officially become the School of Education, or SOE. The new name will reflect the scope of the school’s research, community engagement, and academic programs, specifically the undergraduate degree program, which was approved in 2017 and now accounts for 60% of...
“What are you … on their side?” The comment was one of many snarky remarks white teachers made about interactions between a Latino colleague and his diverse student population. In the staff lounge at the Sacramento, Calif., public school, the same teachers called the students “monkeys bouncing off the walls”...
More than 7,100 students are eligible to graduate; Commencement events kick off on June 3 with the School of Medicine.
Study by UC Riverside researchers will examine impacts of remote learning on families with children in grades K-12
New research center is the brainchild of Eddie Comeaux, a UCR higher education professor and former Division I college athlete
Boil the water, add the ingredients, stir. The instructions given in undergraduate science labs can feel a bit like making ramen noodles. “Lab courses that accompany many large science undergraduate lectures often adopt a cookbook-type approach, where students follow a series of instructions in a stepwise process without really understanding...
New undergraduate program is a first for the University of California system
UC Riverside’s 66th commencement will be a virtual celebration on Sunday, June 14. Meet some of the 2020 graduates.
A list of available resources during this time of uncertainty.
The guide was developed to help teachers build better relationships with students remotely
Groundbreaking film follows the college experiences of five Southern California students on the spectrum
University governing boards are severely understudied; here’s why that matters, and what one researcher is doing to fix it
For Margaret Nash, recognizing who “granted” the land is key to acknowledging a history of American Indian dispossession
Project led by UCR’s Asha Jitendra is supported by nearly $1.4 million from the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences
First-generation college students in sociology and education received the Ford Foundation awards to support their research